wireless authentication



mark harper via WindowsKB.com
07-10-2005, 01:52 AM
OK so the question is with wireless and network authentication, in order to
get domain trust the unit has to request info from the server. with a
certain machine on the net the wireless seems to run low on the boot order
and so does not authenticate to the server but for previously set profiles
it uses cached info. how to change the order and establish domain trust.
this is over a VPN.

Doug, do you have any ideas on this one. BTW thanks for your input
regarding the other issues.

Mark

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Richard G. Harper
07-10-2005, 01:52 AM
The problem is when the network card drivers load and initialize - most
wireless cards load after logon, and there's no way to force them to do
otherwise. If you're using the utility that came with the card rather than
Windows XP Wireless Zero Configuration (WZC) service you might try using WZC
instead.

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"mark harper via WindowsKB.com" <forum@nospam.WindowsKB.com> wrote in
message news:a6cf43f3652045aebae2caa3a751dd70@WindowsKB.com...
> OK so the question is with wireless and network authentication, in order
> to
> get domain trust the unit has to request info from the server. with a
> certain machine on the net the wireless seems to run low on the boot order
> and so does not authenticate to the server but for previously set profiles
> it uses cached info. how to change the order and establish domain trust.
> this is over a VPN.
>
> Doug, do you have any ideas on this one. BTW thanks for your input
> regarding the other issues.
>
> Mark
>
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> Message posted via http://www.windowskb.com


wireless authentication